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We ensure clients benefit from the years of public affairs and corporate reputation experience and success of its principal, Tom Alexander, and can include an extensive network of other top public relations, government affairs and marketing professionals from across the country.

Our commitment keeps us engaged with you from the beginning to the end, no matter how complex or intense the challenge. By providing a tailored public affairs strategy we are certain to meet your needs and achieve success on your behalf.

Tom has a broad strategic communications background that includes developing dynamic online reputation strategies to providing C-Suite counsel and deploying complex media strategies for Members of Congress.

Tom provided senior counsel to MACE Security International as it offered non-lethal alternatives to the school security debate, the Advanced Biofuels Association as the industry faced heightened scrutiny by Congress, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's response to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the creation of the BP endowed restoration program, the Propane Education and Research Council (PERC), the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, and a national nonprofit organization and its international reading campaign.

He earlier served as Vice President, Public Affairs and Corporate Reputation, for Edelman, developing and implementing an extensive international media relations program for the Pacific Health Summit that included leaders of 15 countries along with the leaders of the World Health Organization and National Institutes of Health.

Prior to the Seattle-based project with Edelman, Tom served as Senior Public Affairs Advisor with Holland & Knight in Washington, D.C. advising the American Chemistry Council as it responded to new security concerns at chemical plants and the National Fisheries Institute as it acted quickly to help alleviate public anxiety over mercury in seafood.

He also led the media strategy and was the spokesperson for the independent panel created by Congress in 2003 to investigate sexual misconduct at the U.S. Air Force Academy and in 2004 served a similar role to the independent panel created by the U.S. Secretary of Defense to investigate prison abuse in Iraq, Afghanistan and Cuba.